BUILDING YOUR FAMILY THROUGH SURROGACY
Using a Surrogate in Indiana
Despite the fact that Indiana law states that surrogate contracts are void, and, therefore, not legally recognized or enforceable, Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C., can assist with legal proceedings to obtain a parentage order in which the court makes a legal declaration of the rights of the intended parents.
By doing so, all birth information will be completed in the name of the intended parents. Contact us, and we will explain the procedure and answer your questions, without cost or obligation.
Please explore the resources on this page and throughout our website. When you're ready, click the Contact Us button to get this exciting process started.
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February 11, 2015 – Children born via assisted reproductive technologies are getting healthier, study says
Children born via assisted reproductive technologies are getting healthier, study says. Over the last 20 years, rates of premature birth, low birth weight, stillbirth and infant death have decreased. Some of the most common forms of assisted reproductive technologies include: – Surrogacy – Gestational surrogacy – In vitro fertilization (IVF) The study, published on January […] Keep Reading
TRENTON – The New Jersey state senate passed a bill on February 5th that would allow intended parents to enter into an agreement with a “gestational carrier” to bear their child. A gestational carrier is a woman who has no genetic relation to the child she carries. This is different from a traditional surrogate who […] Keep Reading
By: Grant Kirsh Today was an exciting and challenging day. We had three babies: two adoptions and one surrogacy. One the of adoption was an especially tough one for the birth parents, but in the end they understood that they made the decision for the right reasons. Just because a decision is incredibly difficult, does […] Keep Reading